Cut Knife RCMP request assistance; Unity Reports for June 24 to 30

Cut Knife RCMP are seeking public assistance in the investigation of a break and enter incident that was reported on Wednesday, June 11th, 2014.   The Little Pine Days of Thunder Professional Chuckwagon event had just concluded.  A camper left behind for a few days was broken into while parked at the Little Pine First Nation horse track. The incident occurred between Sunday, June 8th and Wednesday June 11th.  Several saddles, horse tack and personal items were taken from the camper and the interior of the camper was vandalized.  No arrests have been made so far.

If you have any information about this crime please contact Cut Knife RCMP, submit a Crime Stoppers tip online or call Crime Stoppers at1-800-222-8477.

 

UNITY SK RCMP REPORTS for June 24 to 30, 2014

Police attended the sudden death of a 55-year-old Unity male. The death was due to natural causes.

An adult bike was located in a resident’s back yard. The owner has not been located.

A railway crossing arm was broken when it was hit by a vehicle. The vehicle was gone on arrival and has not been located.

A child took a bike that was later returned to the owner. Members spoke to the child.

There was a report of broken locks at the Unity landfill where an individual dumped their garbage.

RCMP received two reports of a hit and run on a vehicle. There are no suspects for either hit and run.

Police received a dog complaint and spoke to the owner of the dog.

RCMP received a complaint of a break and entre at a rural residence. Old appliances and other miscellaneous items were stolen.

An elderly man was located walking on the road by Denzil. Police transported the disoriented male to Unity Hospital for assessment. Family members from Alberta came to assist the elderly man return to Edmonton.

There was a complaint of criminal harassment which was unfounded.

Police received a complaint of a stone thrown that damaged a window screen while an individual was cutting weeds. This is a civil matter.

RCMP received a report of children riding dirt bikes and quads north of the Town of Unity. Police would like to inform the public that riding ATVs in that area is prohibited.

There were also two false alarms, two traffic complaints and one false 911 calls.

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